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Random Food Questions Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by kwilkinson, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. b1os

    b1os Senior member

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    Edit: You've got to be aware though that the stuff is really potent and concentrated.
     
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    Don't listen to mm84321.

    Eat it with your breakfast. Make red-eye gravy. Eat it plain. Seriously, it's good stuff.

    Also, I have a bunch of radishes. What should I do with them? I was thinking just slice them thin for a little salad but that seems boring/predictable. Any actual recipes?
     
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    Do something unpredictable. Throw them out the window.
     
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    Gonna order a bottle and try it out, thanks
     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Wow, b1os! Did you come up with that yourself? Because it is soooooooooooooo funny and original!

    not.
     
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    You won't be disappointed. It's probably ingrained in me to like it but I haven't used anything else for a go-to balsamic since my dad started buying it when I was a kid. But I'm now doing more sherry vinegar than others.
     
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    Dip them in salted butter..
    Use the greens in a soup..
    Cook them whole or halved..
    Sweat in butter or olive oil and simmer in stock or water..
    Add cilantro, spring garlic, scallions, things of this nature..
     
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    Are you drunk already, ed?
    I have one aged sherry vinegar, Solera 77 Reserva. I like it but it's very acidic (8%!). I've been mostly using Edmon Fallot's vin blanc de Bourgogne, vin rouge (aged 12 months) and cidre vinegar lately. Great stuff.

    You could also pickle some radishes, I guess.
     
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    <3 u bae. Might do a radish barigoule type thing.


    Does the Pope wear a funny hat?
     
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    Do you have a vacuum sealer that can handle liquids?
     
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    My friend just made a ton of ramp kimchi.
     
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    that sounds amazing.
     
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    My martyr complex comes from my attempt to stop semi-self-aware :spam: bots like yourself from taking over. It appears I have finally failed at something, though.
     
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    Does anyone have any idea why canned anchovies are the only canned seafood that's refrigerated in Spain? I want to take some home with me, will they go bad outside of a fridge for like 12 hours? The can should negate the need for refrigeration, right?
     
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    If I die of fish poisoning, I'm blaming you people.
     
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    12 hours is fine. If they aren't opened, they don't need to be refrigerated. After opening, I keep them in the fridge.
     

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